Hong Kong Accounting Services
We handle your accounting in Hong Kong, so you can focus on growing your business hassle-free.
Reliable & Transparent Tax & Accounting Service for You
At Top FDI, our accountants in Hong Kong practise precision,accuracy as well as time managed process in providing accounting & bookkeeping service in Hong Kong
What Top FDI have for You ?
Compliant to Accounting Standards
We follow compliance according to the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA) and the Companies Ordinance. Our expert team ensures adherence to Hong Kong Financial Reporting Standards ( HKFRS ) for regulatory requirements, providing you with peace of mind and a smooth business operation.
Accuracy in Report Management
TopFDI ensures your financial success by never missing tax deadlines and delivering precision in generating income, cash flow, and balanced sheet statements. We provide all time support & guidance regarding accounting.
Data Security & Transparency
We safeguard your financial data with data security measures, including physical storage & cloud system like Microsoft Azure ensuring the highest level of protection for your accounting services. We provide accounting software to ease the process.
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Engage in our FREE consultation to understand various aspects of Hong Kong Tax System.
Whether you’re a newcomer exploring opportunities or with an established entity, our consultation ensures strategic alignment with your goals in the Hong Kong market.
Frequently Asked Questions
As of 2018/2019, companies pay 8.25% on profits up to HK$2 million and 16.5% on any profits over HK$2 million.
If your business is unincorporated then rates are 7.5% on profits up to HK$2 million, and 15% on profits that are over HK$2 million.
Yes. It doesn’t matter how many employees you have or how much profit you make, all Hong Kong businesses are required to fill out their Employer’s Return within 30 days of receiving it.
There are typically 3 forms that you need to fill out and send to the Inland Revenue Department.
Employer’s Return (issued the first working day of April)
Profits Tax Return (issued the first working day of April)
Individual Tax Return (issued the first working day of May)
Be sure to fill out and send these forms as quickly as possible otherwise, you stand subject to possible fees or prosecution.
That’s why we always recommend that you hire a one-stop agency like Premia TNC. Here at Premia TNC, we can handle your accounting/ audits, as well as provide your registered office address and receive your mail. This means that we will be providing taxation services that help fill out your tax forms once we receive them, so you don’t have to worry about anything.
Contact us today to inquire about how our taxation services in Hong Kong can help you.
No, you don’t have to hire an accounting firm in Hong Kong.
Outsourcing your accounting to a firm helps to ensure that your records are kept properly, and that you are protected in the scenario of an audit. That’s why we always recommend setting up your business for success by hiring a professional agency.
While you technically do not need to combine your secretary and accounting, it is the simplest and most efficient way to run your business, we chose to offer both services in the same package. Because doing so will allow you to maximize the efficiency of your business by keeping everything organized under one roof.
This means that when you get important letters from the government, the accounting firm will receive them, read them, and advise you on the best course of action.
This is especially vital when important documents are sent to you, such as the Business Registration Renewal Demand Note and tax letters like Employer’s Return or the Profits Tax Return.
Under the Companies Ordinance, all Hong Kong companies are required to prepare audited accounts annually.
The Hong Kong Inland Revenue Department (“IRD”) also requires Hong Kong companies to submit Profits Tax Return together with Audited Financial Statements and Profits Tax Computation.